In message <1195173480 dot 9639 dot 13 dot camel at 70ph3r dot local>, Chris Flugstad
<chris at cascadelink dot com> writes
>nevermind that last comment, i got dhcp on the wifi card.
>im gonna fiddle with the rules now to permit traffic, but would be nice
>if you've done it before and have the rules ready to go
I have rules on my wireless network (separate AP on an OPT interface)
but everyone has specific requirements. If you want HTTP then just add
a rule for a destination of port 80, etc. Just make sure you disable
the rule that allows all access (assuming you added one).
>On Fri, 2007-11-16 at 00:29 +0000, Neil A. Hillard wrote:
>> In message <1195171523 dot 9639 dot 3 dot camel at 70ph3r dot local>, Chris Flugstad
>> <chris at cascadelink dot com> writes
>> >i bridge teh wifi with the LAN, but if i dont have anything plugged into
>> >the LAN, like fora HOTSPOT, the wifi doesnt issue dhcp. Is there a
>> >different setup for this, to work around? other than pluggin in a
>> >switch to just "make the port active"?
>> If you're not going to have anything plugged into LAN then why do you
>> need to bridge the wifi interface to it? Can you not just run it as a
>> separate interface and add the appropriate rules to allow outbound
Neil A. Hillard E-Mail: m0n0 at dana dot org dot uk